Lectures E

E1 – Monday morning
The Green Square: A Good Address

Biotechnologies and their environment friendly/unfriendly face, biomass and biomass processing

Monday, 9:00-10:00 – Congress Opening

E1.1   11:00   Air impingement drying of macroalgae Sargassum muticum: effects of the temperature and the air-drying velocity on the drying kinetics. *J. Le Loeuff, V. Boy, P. Morançais, N. Bourgougnon, J.-L. Lanoisellé (Univ. Bretagne Sud, Pontivy, FR) [702]

E1.2   11:20   Optimization of microalgae biomass magnetic harvesting process. *M. M. Dardavila, M. Savidou, I. Georgiopoulou, V. Louli, G. Pappa, E. Voutsas, H. Stamatis1, K. Magoulas (Nat. Tech. Univ., Athens, GR; 1Univ. Ioannina, GR) [708]

E1.3   11:40   Development of a biorefinery scheme from corn germ: oil, protein and final residue properties. *F. A. Espinosa-Pardo, P. Subra-Paternault, C. Harscoat-Schiavo (Univ. Bordeaux, Pessac, FR) [132]

E1.4   12:00   Valorisation of walnut press-cake by optimizing the phenolic extraction. *M. D. P. Garcia-Mendoza, F. A. Espinosa-Pardo, R. Savoire, C. Harscoat-Schiavo, P. Subra-Paternault (Univ. Bordeaux, Pessac, FR) [156]

E1.5   12:20   Effect of alternative pretreatments on the digestibility of lignocellulosic biomass for biogas production. *D. Hidalgo, J. M. Martín-Marroquín, J. Castro, M. Gómez, L. Garrote, G. Antolín (CARTIF Technol. Cent., Boecillo, ES) [313]

Lunch break

E2 – Monday afternoon
The Green Square: A Good Address

Biotechnologies and their environment friendly/unfriendly face, biomass and biomass processing

E2.1   14:30   Lipase from Thermomyces lanuginosus: From production by solid-state fermentation to isolation. *D. Šibalić, A. Šalić1, B. Zelić1, A. Jurinjak Tušek1, M. Tišma (J. Strossmayer Univ., Osijek, HR; 1Univ. Zagreb, HR) [376]

E2.2   14:50   Bioactive coatings development for indoor formaldehyde depollution. C. C. Cordeiro, T. Senechal1, D. Lahem1, *A.-L. Hantson (Univ. Mons, BE; 1Materia Nova, Mons, BE) [491]

E2.3   15:10   The influence of specific divalent cation addition to highly saline activated sludge cultures – role of the monovalent to divalent ratio. *S. Raghavendran, H. R. Mackey (Hamad Bin Khalifa Univ., Doha, QA) [588]

E2.4   15:30   Carrier influence on activity of biocatalysts based on oxidoreductase enzymes. O. V. Grebennikova, *A. M. Sulman, V. Matveeva (Tver State Tech. Univ., RU) [608]

E2.5   15:50   Investigation of the thermal stability of flax processing waste and their derivatives. *Y. V. Lugovoy, K. V. Chalov, Y. Y. Kosivtsov, M. G. Sulman (Tver State Tech. Univ., RU) [614]

E2.6   16:10   Cultivation of Pleurotus ostreatus fungi on substrates from agricultural wastes. M. Primožič, K. Vasić, Ž. Knez, *M. Leitgeb (Univ. Maribor, SI) [366]

E3 – Tuesday morning
The Green Square: A Good Address

Biotechnologies and their environment friendly/unfriendly face, biomass and biomass processing

E3.1   10:00   Demystifying lignin depolymerization kinetics: Continuous lumping model. *A. Bjelić, J. Lauwaert, M. Grilc, B. Likozar1, J. W. Thybaut (Univ. Ghent, BE; 1Nat. Inst. Chem., Ljubljana, SI) [748]

E3 – Tuesday morning
The Green Square: A Good Address

Green and supercritical chemistry

E3.2   10:20   Enzymatic reactions of oils in supercritical carbon dioxide – pros and cons. *H. Sovová, O. Pleskač, M. Topiař (Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ) [383]

E3.3   10:40   Micronization of extracts from sea buckthorn waste using supercritical antisolvent. *M. Sajfrtová, M. Cerhová, M. Topiař, V. Jandová (Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ) [419]

E3.4   11:00   Selective and intensified extraction of olive pomace phenolic compounds using green solvents. N. Katsinas, A. Bento da Silva1, M. J. Cocero, N. Fernández2, M. R. Bronze1, A. Enríquez-De-Salamanca, *S. Rodríguez-Rojo (Univ. Valladolid, ES; 1Univ. Lisboa, PT; 2Inst. Biol. Exp. Technol., Oeiras, PT) [479]

E3.5   11:20   High pressure extraction of bioactive compounds from Rhodiola rosea root. *A. Komárková, M. Sajfrtová (Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ) [648]

E3.6   11:40   Organic modifiers affecting the melting point-reduction of a chiral sample in high-pressure carbon dioxide. *M. Kőrösi, D. Arany, M. Mihalovits, J. Béri, E. Szekely (Budapest Univ. Technol. Econ., HU) [685]

Lunch break

E4 – Tuesday afternoon
The Green Square: A Good Address

Green and supercritical chemistry

E4.1   14:00   Use of cyclocarbonate for the synthesis of monomers for the manufacture of innovative and bio-based materials. *C. Herasme Grullón, A. Ledoux, F. Burel, L. Bischoff (Normandie Univ., Rouen, FR) [725]

E4.2   14:20   Enzymatic hydrolysis of vegetable oil in supercritical carbon dioxide and analysis of fatty acid profile in the reaction product. *O. Pleskač, H. Sovová (Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ) [403]

E4 – Tuesday afternoon
The Green Square: A Good Address

Membrane processes

E4.3   14:40   Keynote lecture: Flue gas purification with membranes based on the polymer of intrinsic microporosity and water swollen thin film composite membrane. P. Stanovský, A. Žitková, M. Karászová, M. Šyc, J. C. Jansen1, B. C. Gándara2, N. McKeown2, *P. Izák (Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ; 1ITM-CNR, Univ. Calabria, Rende, IT; 2Univ. Edinburgh, UK) [34]

E4.4   15:00   Coupling of 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium cation based room temperature ionic liquids with membrane contactor; post combustion CO2 capture. *S. Qazi, L. Gómez-Coma1, J. Albo1, S. Druon-Bocquet, A. Irabien1, J. Sanchez-Marcano (Univ. Montpellier, FR; 1Univ. Cantabria, Santander, ES) [335]

E4.5   15:20   Design of a membrane perstraction extraction system for the removal of PCB from bovine’s milk through COSMO-RS. *G. Merlet, M. Flores1, R. Cabezas1, J. Romero1, E. Quijada-Maldonado1 (Univ. Concepcion, CL; 1Univ. Santiago de Chile, CL) [401]

E4.6   15:40   Development of silicone-coated hydrophobic deep eutectic solvent-based membranes for pervaporation of biobutanol. *R. Cabezas, S. Duran, G. Merlet, J. Romero, E. Quijada-Maldonado (Univ. Santiago de Chile, CL) [423]

E5 – Wednesday morning
The Green Square: A Good Address

Membrane processes

E5.1   10:00   Effects of CUMOF types on CO2 separation properties of PEBA/CUMOF mixed matrix membranes. *N. Celik, S. Deniz (Yildiz Tech. Univ., Istanbul, TR) [452]

E5.2   10:20   Role of carbon layer on anaerobic azo dye reduction. *M. S. A. Amin, O. Dubov, F. Stüber, J. Font Capafons (Univ. Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, ES) [485]

E5.3   10:40   Absorption of VOCs using multichannel membranes containing ionic liquids from lab-scale to industry-scale. *X. Yan, S. Anguille, M. Bendahan, P. Moulin (Aix-Marseille Univ., FR) [573]

E5.4   11:00   Development and investigation of novel green high-performance membranes based on hydroxyethyl cellulose/sodium alginate for pervaporation dehydration. *M. E. Dmitrenko, A. A. Zolotarev, A. V. Penkova (St. Petersburg State Univ., RU) [624]

E5.5   11:20   Novel green pervaporation membranes based on polyvinyl alcohol/hydroxyethyl cellulose/fullerene derivatives for enhanced industrial dehydration. *A. I. Kuzminova, A. A. Zolotarev, M. E. Dmitrenko, A. V. Penkova (St. Petersburg State Univ., RU) [656]

E5.6   11:40   Usage of ultrafiltration membrane processes for marine wastewater treatment. *M. Drouin, S. Nasser1, T. Simon1, P. Moulin (Aix-Marseille Univ., FR; 1CMACGM, Marseille, FR) [665]

Lunch break

E6 – Wednesday afternoon
The Green Square: A Good Address

Membrane processes

E6.3   14:00   Permeability measurements of biological membranes using the surface plasmon resonance imaging method. *D. Marková, M. Vráblová (Tech. Univ., Ostrava, CZ) [700]

E6.4   14:20   Enhanced pervaporation properties of PPO-based membranes modified with star-like macromolecules and ionic liquids for effective lactic acid dehydration. *V. Rostovtseva, A. Pulyalina, R. Dubovenko, L. Vinogradova1, G. Polotskaya1 (St. Petersburg State Univ., RU; 1Inst. Macromol. Comp., St. Petersburg, RU) [706]

E6.5   14:40   Potential for membrane-based carbon capture from Waste-to-Energy flue gas. *B. Zach, P. Izák, M. Šyc (Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ) [723]

E6.6   15:00   Ammonia separation via Membrane Distillation (MD). Experiences and perspectives. *E. Guillen-Burrieza, B. Muster-Slawitsch, C. Platzer (AEE Inst. Sust. Technol., Gleisdorf, AT) [606]

E7 – Thursday morning
The Essentials

Chemical engineering and safety, prevention and loss control, elimination of health and environmental hazards

Thursday, 9:00-9:20 – Evaluation of Posters and Congress Closing Remarks

E7.1   10:20   Researches on phenol sorption from wastewater by using different sorbents. Z. Idrisheva, G. Daumova, M. Zhamanbaeva, A. Mashekenova, *M. Yussubaliyeva1 (Serikbayev East Kaz. State Tech. Univ., Ust-Kamenogorsk, KZ; 1Kaz. Amer. Free Univ., Ust-Kamenogorsk, KZ) [49]

E7.2   10:40   Global sensitivity analysis for thermal risk parameters: application to cottonseed oil epoxidation. *E. A. Garcia-Hernandez, M. E. Elmoukrie1, S. Leveneur2, B. Gourich1, L. Vernieres-Hassimi (INSA Rouen, Saint-Etienne du Rouvray, FR; 1Univ. Hassan II, Casablanca, MA; 2Åbo Akad. Univ., Turku, FI) [92]

E7.3   11:00   Marine fuels stability as a challenge for 2020+. *A. Vráblík, J. M. Hidalgo, R. Černý (Unipetrol Cent. Res. Educ., Záluží, CZ) [142]

E7.4   11:20   Impact assessment of surfactants on the reaction rate of liquids for intensification of oil recovery with the carbonate rock surface. *E. V. Godunova, I. N. Grishina (Gubkin State Univ. Oil Gas, Moskva, RU) [212]

E7.5   11:40   Synthesis of a bio-additive cetane improver by bio-fuel nitration with acetyl nitrate: Kinetic modelling and thermal stability study. I. Ben Talouba, *L. Balland, N. Mouhab, A. Diop (Normandie Univ., Sain-Etienne-du-Rouvray, FR) [392]

E7.6   12:00   Hydrogen sensor development. *T. Moucha, V. Linek, A. Bouřa1, T. Kracík (Univ. Chem. Technol. Prague, Praha, CZ; 1Czech Tech. Univ., Praha, CZ) [503]

Lunch break

E8 – Thursday afternoon
The Essentials

Chemical engineering and safety, prevention and loss control, elimination of health and environmental hazards

E8.1   14:00   Best engineering practice and frequent shortcomings in design and installation of relief valves. *M. Růžička, T. Herink (Unipetrol RPA, Litvínov, CZ) [582]

E8 – Thursday afternoon
The Essentials

Educated chemical engineers – Human robots are not needed!

E8.2   14:20   Some trends and challenges in chemical engineering education in Europe. D. Bogle (Univ. Coll. London, UK) [298]

E8.3   14:40   Development of EFCE Bologna Recommendations: History and latest version. *E. Schaer, H. Feise1, J. Glassey2, M. Jahoda3, L. M. Madeira4, T. Meyer5, E. Szekely6, M. Wilk7 (Univ. Lorraine, Nancy, FR; 1BASF, Ludwigshafen, DE; 2Newcastle Univ., UK; 3Univ. Chem. Technol. Prague, Praha, CZ; 4Univ. Porto, PT; 5EPFL, Lausanne, CH; 6Budapest Univ. Technol. Econ., HU; 7Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, DE) [689]

E8 – Thursday afternoon
The Essentials

What are the new opportunities for students and young researchers in chemical engineering?

E8.4   15:00   Opportunities for students and young researchers to boost their careers through European Research Council projects. *N. Vermorel, F. Štěpánek1 (Europ. Res. Counc. Exec. Agency, Brussels, BE; 1Univ. Chem. Technol. Prague, Praha, CZ) [228]

E8 – Thursday afternoon
The Green Square: A Good Address

No wastes technologies and zero waste plants – illusions?

E8.5   15:20   Preparation and utilization of magnesium silicide and germanide from waste sources. *J. Bumba, V. Drinek, R. Fajgar, F. Kastanek, O. Šolcová (Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ) [580]

E8.6   15:40   Experimental design methodology for optimal treatment of landfill leachate reverse osmosis concentrates by wet air oxidation. *E. Gout, M. Monnot, O. Boutin, P. Vanloot1, M. Claeys-Bruno1, P. Moulin (Aix-Marseille Univ., FR; 1Univ. Avignon, FR) [678]

Thursday, 16:10 – Congress Closure


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